CLEVELAND - Drivers traveling through the intersection of St. Clair Avenue and East 45th Street in downtown Cleveland Tuesday morning had to feel bad for a group of construction workers who were working out in the frigid elements.
Workers for Terrace Construction, bundled from head to toe, completed a sewer repair that could not wait.
"Today is the coldest day in a long time," said worker Ed Zacharias.
Zacharias, a 12-year veteran construction worker used to working in the elements all-year-round, said Tuesday's arctic weather still came as a surprise to him and his co-workers.
While dressing for the weather was important, Zacharias stressed for him, it was important not to over do it.
"The key is you do not want to wear too much," shared Ed. "You wear too much and you start to sweat underneath. As long as you stay moving, you stay busy, you'll stay warm enough.
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